Cedarville Women’s Soccer Eliminated by Ferris State in the Second Round of the NCAA Tournament
By: Maggie Fipps
The snow was cleared, the slate was wiped clean, and the Cedarville women’s soccer team stepped onto the field with ice in their veins. However, the Ferris State Bulldogs prevailed, taking down Cedarville 3-1.
Ferris State literally kicked and screamed their way into this match, taking down Ashland on nine penalty kicks last week. Cedarville had an easier path, defeating McKendree 3-1.
In the 25th minute, Ferris State’s leading scorer Isabella Zamborini ...
Student’s Outlook on Midterms and Politics
by Anna Harman
*Pictures courtesy of Creative Commons
Midterm elections took place on November 8th in the United States. 435 seats in the House of Representatives and 35 seats out of the 100 in the Senate were contested. The outcome of this election will determine whether Democrats keep their congressional majorities. There are varying opinions on midterm elections, voting, and politics in general amongst young people today.
Cedarville junior International Studies major ...
Isaiah Rubio: Putting passion to practice
By Avonlea Brown
Isaiah Rubio is a sophomore Broadcasting, Digital Media, and Journalism (BDMJ) major specializing in Audio Production. While some students are signing up for internships and just beginning to plan their futures, Rubio has already begun his career as a music producer and performer. Currently, he is getting ready for his third concert showcasing his musical abilities.
Rubio knew as early as middle school that he wanted to be in the music industry and began uploading ...
One Thousand Days Transformed: A Year Later
by Noah Tang
One year ago, during Homecoming 2021, Cedarville University announced a campaign of historic proportions. This campaign, called “One Thousand Days Transformed,” would require $125 million. The official campaign brochure names four areas they hoped to address in the coming years. Facilities, costing around $92.5M; scholarships and affordability, $15M; student experience, $10M; and institutional sustainability, $7.5M.
A year later, the University has made significant ...
Cedarville’s Tough Defense Paves the Way for Season-Opening Win
By: Alan Brads
It was a dream night for any team starting their basketball season. The Cedarville men’s basketball team obliterated the Truman State Bulldogs in their season opener on November 11.
Intense, fiery defense coupled with an explosive offensive performance from junior Grant Whisman carried the Yellow Jackets to a 79-51 victory.
Cedarville’s defense suffocated Truman State’s offense from the opening tip, snuffing out scoring chances through blocks and steals. The ...